Robert Frutos, who just narrowly lost his bid for the Burbank City Council last year, is among 16 candidates for a total of seven positions that have taken out papers since the nomination period began last week. All incumbents have taken out nominating papers for the February election.
The Nomination Period opens on Monday, November 5, 2012, at 8:00 a.m. and closes on Friday, November 30, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. The Primary Nominating Election will be held on February 26, 2013, and the General Municipal Election will be held on April 9, 2013
Results mean at least one incumbant Councilman will be ousted with four to compete in run-off. Four will also go after two School Board Seats and Mullins elected City Clerk
"I am proud to support him for School Board," said Councilman-Elect Frutos in a statement Saturday.
After BurbankNBeyond's exclusive report of campaign sign thefts, Steve Ferguson has sent a letter of apology to Charlene Tabot claiming that one of his campaign workers is responsible. UPDATED at 3:30 pm
City Council candidate's name and school board measure have nothing in common with each other. David Nos supports behind the passage of Measure S
Gary Bric joins former Burbank Mayors; Mary Lou Howard, Marsha Ramos and Jef Vander Borght and Ted Bunch, Board Member, Burbank Unified School District, in endorsing Frutos
Steve Ferguson becomes only candidate to secure endorsements from both BUSD labor groups
Forum for candidates to be held January 30 in City Council chamber. Public is asked to submit possible questions
Armond Aghakhanian, Larry Applebaum, David Dobson, Steven Ferguson, and Charlene Tabet all invited to attend